Raymond Thornbury's Third Birthday
ttt RAYMOND THOltXHVHVS TH1KD ltlllTHDAY Tuesday was little Kaymona Thormbury's third birthday, and in honor of the event his grandmother Mr. 8. H. Thornbury and his aunt Mrs. A. H. Joyner entertained al a party at their home on Winona avenue, Capitol Heights. Roi'! blooming on the lawn ana profusion of roses decorated the interior. Each little guest fished for a souvenir from a moss covered pond ana the immortal game pinning the tale on the donkey was a feature of the occasion. Arthur Ball was awarded the prize, a barrel of candy. The birthday Cake was embossed in pink roses, in the cutting, the ring fell to Vivian Thornbury, the wishbone to Dorothy Eager. and trie button to Jean Trafford. An Ice course In pink and white and confections' of the same too tone3 wer served. The guests were: Agnes, Charles and Philip Allen, Margaret and Ka-ward Gilmer, Fred and Arthur Ball, Helen Gorrie, Nanette and Dorothy Eager, W. L. Noll, Margie and Elizabeth Dowe, Jean Trafford, Kllza-betli Tresslar, Annette Joyner, Lucy Chambless. Vivian and Dick Thornbury, Martha Bost and Claudia Everbart.